Description Compliance Alert: CalChamber's 2024 poster reflects Emeryville’s new minimum wage of $18.67/hour that took effect on July 1, 2023. This requires an updated posting since that date.Note: Employers who fail to comply with Emeryville posting requirements and local employment laws may be subject to administrative citations, penalties and civil actions.Required Notices Based on your industry, purchase the following Emeryville mandatory postings: For all employers:(1) Emeryville Labor Law Poster For retail "firms" with 56+ employees globally; or fast food "firms" with 56+ employees globally and 20+ employees in Emeryville:(1) Emeryville Labor Law Poster(2) Emeryville Fair Workweek Poster Posting Specifics Employers must display the applicable posters in a prominent place at the workplace or job site where any employee works, usually in a break room or similar common space. Covered employers must post notices informing employees of their rights under these ordinances: The Emeryville Labor Law Poster (24” x 17”) in English/Spanish/Chinese combined contains the official employment notices required by City of Emeryville’s Minimum Wage and Paid Sick Leave Ordinances. These notice obligations apply to all employers with employees, including part-time and temporary employees, who perform at least two hours of work in one calendar week in Emeryville. The poster must be posted in all languages spoken by 10 percent or more of your employees at a location. Next Required Update: July 1, 2024 The Emeryville Fair Workweek Poster (29”x 19”) in English/Spanish/Chinese combined contains the official employment notice provided by Emeryville for employers covered by the Emeryville Fair Workweek Ordinance. It applies to certain retail and fast food “firms.” A “firm” is a business organization or entity consisting of one or more establishments under common ownership or control: Retail firms with 56 or more employees globally; and Fast-food firms with 56 or more employees globally and 20 or more employees within the city limits of Emeryville. Covered employers also include franchisees associated with a franchisor or network of franchisees with more than 12 locations globally. Separate entities that form an integrated enterprise will be counted as a single employer under the Ordinance. The Emeryville Fair Workweek Poster must be posted in English, Spanish, and any other languages as provided in implementing regulations. Poster Protect® coverage is not available for city and county posters.